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Looking for a Cub Owner please help!

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Jan 27, 2017
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Hello Cub Owners;
I am trying to find a fellow by the name of Mike Stickland who owns the following cub:
The aircraft was registered as N35920.

in 2000 A major restoration was completed on the aircraft. It was painted up as DP852 of the Royal Air Force (RAF) in a D-Day invasion stripe scheme.

the Craft can be seen here:

I am about to build a 1/4 scale replica of this plane and there are very few photographs of the DP852 in existance. If Mike still owns it Im hoping to get more photographs and details.

Im not a crazy person LOL

Hope someone can help me out!

Owned by Thomas Strickland. Akron Alabama. Go to FAA.gov and enter the N number to get more

hi huston marlow!
I went to the site and spent some time looking but cannot find any place to enter the N number for a search
would you be kind enough to assist me in finding where to enter?
Many Thnaks!

wait... I found it!

A Google search of any "N" number will give you link to multiple sites with owner information.

It's listed on Trade a Plane.

It's listed on Trade a Plane.

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